Amid the ongoing tension between India and Canada, the Public Safety Canada on X said there is no place in Canada for hate. "The circulation of an online video in which Hindu Canadians are told to leave Canada is offensive and hateful and is an affront to all Canadians and the values we hold dearly," the Twitter handle of Public Safety Canada said. The Twitter handle also said that acts of aggression, hate, intimidation or incitement of fear have no place in Canada, and they only serve to divide Canadians. "We urge all Canadians to respect one another and follow the rule of law. Canadians deserve to feel safe in their communities." The development comes after Gurpatwant Pannun, leader of radical Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), threatened Indo-Canadian Hindus on Wednesday and asked them to leave the country in a video that has now gone viral on social media. The "Sikhs for Justice" leader also said that pro-Khalistan Sikhs have always been loyal to Canada. Hardeep Singh Nijjar Killing: ‘Indo-Canadian Hindu Leave Canada’, ‘Sikhs for Justice’ Leader Gurpatwant Pannun Threatens Indian Origin (Watch Video).
Canadians Deserve To Feel Safe in Their Communities
2/2: Acts of aggression, hate, intimidation or incitement of fear have no place in this country and only serve to divide us. We urge all Canadians to respect one another and follow the rule of law. Canadians deserve to feel safe in their communities.
— Public Safety Canada (@Safety_Canada) September 22, 2023
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